It's a few hours into a June day of shooting on the New York set of AMC's Rubicon. The set is breathlessly quiet, and the show's star, James Badge Dale, is staring at a photograph.
The quiet is finally broken when Dale's character, Will Travers, begins jotting down notes on index cards with a Sharpie. That's right: With four episodes of the conspiracy thriller's first season left to shoot, there are no car bombs, no sniper fire, no creepy phone calls — just the squeak of the marker moving over paper.
Rubicon's James Badge Dale: "Our show is not for everybody"
"We're spinning a yarn. We're trying to do something different than what's normally done on television, and it's not going to be for everybody," Dale tells TVGuide.com during a break. "We want to do something subtle. ... We're asking people to sit down and be taken on a ride, albeit not a very fast one...
Watch out, SpongeBob: Kelsey Grammer is honing in on your territory.
The Emmy winner is guest-starring on Nickelodeon's The Troop Saturday, voicing
Justin Bieber, The Hard Times of RJ Berger
Has Bieber Fever struck again? Just when ratings for MTV's new scripted comedy The Hard Times of RJ Berger most needed a boost, Justin Bieber may have helped bring in a crowd.
To wit, MTV has renewed Hard Times for a second season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively. The decision comes after a recent upswing in viewership that coincides with the 16-year-old pop superstar endorsing it as "funny stuff." Twelve new episodes will premiere sometime next year.
Here's how our friend with the famously flippable locks lent a hand:
Oscar-nominated actor Elliott Gould will guest-star in the second episode of CSI's upcoming season, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
Gould will play an old-school casino mogul who crosses paths with the team when one of his casinos becomes the crime scene. The episode will be particularly important for Catherine (Marg Helgenberger), whose father, Sam Braun, was also a casino boss...
Warning: Spoilers ahead about the upcoming season of Private Practice.
Charlotte and Cooper got engaged in the Season 3 finale of Private Practice, but ...
Fans of Bravo's The Rachel Zoe Project know that between seasons, Zoe and her slave-driving assistant Taylor Jacobson have parted ways. And the end — which you won't see on the upcoming third season — wasn't pretty.
According to WWD, Zoe and her husband and business partner, Rodger Berman, accused Jacobson of ...